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Old 16-10-2014, 05:28   #586
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Re: Guns on a Boat, Yes or No?

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Well, what about Terrible Tort ???????
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Well, what about Terrible Tort ???????
Big boy....... you can tell him he is not allowed ashore..

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Does this thread cover the controversial topic of chest cannons on a boat?
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Only if they're not camouflaged.
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Re: Guns on a Boat, Yes or No?

Not until now but why not...
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Only if they're not camouflaged.
Interesting. Those are the specific weapons that I am most interested in conducting further research. 😉
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There is no such thing as a vicious Tortoise. Mildly irritated maybe, but not vicious.
Just goes to show you've never had to deal with a rabid one.

Now, what's with these "chest cannons"? Why, in my day, we were content with Cadillac bumper guards. Kids. Always wanting more and more...

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Yes. Chest cannons on a boat are my preferred weapon of choice for any boating adventure. The bigger the better. I'd prefer always having them around. Never know exactly when you will need to get them out.
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Yes. Chest cannons on a boat are my preferred weapon of choice for any boating adventure. The bigger the better. I'd prefer always having them around. Never know exactly when you will need to get them out.

Ya but do they need to be declared with customs?
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Ya but do they need to be declared with customs?
No, I think customs will notice them, don't you?
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Does that have anything to do with chestnuts?😳


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Only if they're not camouflaged.
Is this considered camouflaged? Apparently, a lot of people can't find him hidden in a crowd.

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Just had to look up chest cannon in the urban dictionary. You guys are hilarious!👍


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Don't see any chest cannons there!

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